What you need to know: complaints about delays in benefits and lack of control in the PAMI, delays in the call for extraordinary sessions of Congress, Cristina Kirchner will attend the inauguration of the president of Honduras and Messi returned to play for PSG
- Complaints for delay in benefits and lack of control in the PAMI are growing. Luana Volnovich, head of what is the largest social work in Latin America with 4,800,000 members, is questioned for using the organization’s structure to be partisan, increase spending and personnel. The budget went from 212 billion pesos in 2019 to 456.4 billion last year.
- Alberto Fernández delays the call for extraordinary sessions of Congress. It is postponed for Tuesday with an agenda still to be defined, but which would contain the reform of the Judicial Council, a possible agreement with the IMF and a series of economic initiatives. The sessions will be from February 1 to 28.
- Cristina Kirchner will attend the inauguration of the president of Honduras. It will be the first official mission abroad, after more than 2 years of mandate. Xiomara Castro will take office on January 27. The Vice-Argentina will share a ceremony with her American counterpart Kamala Harris.
- The sale of tickets for Argentina Colombia for the qualifiers begins at noon. The stalls will be offered, those from the Gasparini sector at $4,500 and the Ardiles at $7,500 for the game that will be played on Tuesday, February 1 at the Mario Alberto Kempes stadium in Córdoba. Tomorrow, also from 12, the popular ones will be sold at $2000 on the platform autoentrada.com.
- Messi is back after a month of inactivity and after overcoming covid, in what was his first game of 2022. He reappeared at the end of PSG’s 4-0 win over Reims in the French league.
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